The Chicago Park District unveiled a $393 million budget for 2009 that does not include a property tax increase but does impose new fees for parking by the district’s parks and beaches along the Lake Michigan shoreline.

Additional parking fees could raise about $700,000 annually, according to the district. The budget also trims some services including a reduction in swimming hours at the district’s Lake Michigan beaches and swimming pools.

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